1970-01-01  ~  1970-01-01
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Macau Tower
Soar to a breathtaking 223M above ground and marvel at the lounge. Gaze out over Taipa and Coloane. Look for Macau's landmarks and historical sites. Or try to spot Hong Kong's outlying Islands.
Macau Tower
Rua Do Cunha
It is a gourmet street, with restaurants serving Chinese, Portuguese, Macanese and Thai foods. The Chinese homemade biscuits, cookies, and Macanese pastries are ideal for snacks and take-home gifts.
Rua Do Cunha
Sai Van Bridge
The Sai Van Bridge was officially inaugurated on December 19, 2004. The 560 million-pataca 2,200-meter bridge links Macau with Taipa and also with Cotai, the site of several soon-to-be completed new casinos, hotels and resorts, making a smooth link between the southwestern end of Macau and the northwest coast of Taipa, and easing traffic flow.
Sai Van Bridge
Taipa Houses
The Association of the eight panoramas of Macau selected the landscape that merges the classified area constituted by the Taipa Houses-Museum, the Carmo Church, the Carmo Lirbrary and the two little gardens as one of the eight views of Macau, especially the Taipa Houses-Museum, which includes five typical green houses with Macanese architectural characteristics of Portuguese Matrix, is considered one of the cultural relics and heritages of the Island.
Taipa Houses
St. Francis Xavier (Coloane)
Built in 1928, this chapel follows the baroque style of Macau’s major churches. It has a cream and white facade with oval windows and a bell tower. It stands behind the monument commemorating the local victory over pirates in 1910.
St. Francis Xavier (Coloane)
Ruins of St. Paul
The Ruins of St. Paul's refer to the facade of what was originally the Cathedral of St. Paul, a 17th century Portuguese cathedral in Macau dedicated to Saint Paul the Apostle. Today, the ruins are one of Macau's most famous landmarks. In 2005, the Ruins of St. Paul were officially enlisted as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Centre of Macau.
Ruins of St. Paul
Mount Fortress
The fortress was Macau's principal military defense structure which was built conjunction with the Jesuits form 1617 to 1626. The fortress covers an area of 10,000 square metres and in the shape of a trapezoid. It has become a World Heritage in 2005.
Mount Fortress
Museum of Macau
The Museum of Macau, exhibits Macau's history, people and culture, emphasizing the bi-culture of the place. (N.B. Museum of Macau is closed on Monday. It will be replaced by visiting Maritime Museum.)
Museum of Macau
Na Tcha Temple
This Chinese traditional style temple called Na Tcha Temple which was built for worshipping Na Tcha (a mythical character). This temple has become a World Heritage in 2005.
Na Tcha Temple
Section of the Old City Walls
This surviving segment of City Wall was built in 1569. It is a remnant of an early Portuguese tradition of constructing defensive walls around their port settlements. This Old City Walls has become a World Heritage in 2005.
Section of the Old City Walls